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Anifrioan iloor liiivo lirtn sent to
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nuiti; tlieni in (iiinnutiv.
Oft on ns ninny sw li:tlf n million words
arc dt'spnti'licii from t In cenlral tolo
praph station l St. M:iri in'.s-l'- iram1,
London, in a singlo niirlil.
Oliver Dalriiniiii, of Minm'sotn, rais
es over IKKi.tMiii liislu of wheat jicr
year. "What shall it profit a man if he
grain the. whole world?" etc.
Ven nor, "the weather prophet." who
seems to have made some, very trim
ptie.sses, h a .Taliiute tit Hie depart-
mentor npplietl science in Mcdill
Mrs. Miles, the wife of the fleneral
of Indian .ij;litiiir fame, and the new
wifo of Senator lion Cameron are sis
tors. Mrs. Miles, when very 'young,
was adopted ly Secretary Sherman.
Lewiston, Me., lias a man who may
bo considered in a decree, it rival of Dr.
Tanner. He has been trying dietic ex
periments on himself for hwi or three
years, and for several months lias eaten
Imt one meal a day, and that about 10
o'clock in the evening, immediately be
fore, going to bed. lie works ten hours
a day nt his machinist's' post without
eating or drinking anything. Instead
of pining away and dying, he h;us gain
ed thirty-live pounds in llesh. lie is
not hungry uulil bedtime. Hi; drinks
nothing -neither water, milk, lea nor
coll'ee. All the fluids his stomach re
ceives are from the fruit and vegetables
which make up the greater part of his
living, lie eals no meat, and lives
mainly on oalnieal and graham without
salt, apples, grapes and all fruits.
Cardinal Manning sull'ers no priest
in his diocese to smoke, and he encour
ages all to lake the pledge. That
which lie preaches, he practices; and
Cardinal Siineoni, when on a visit to
Kngland, occasioned no little conster
nation at tin; ".Archhishop's house," by
lighting a cigar after dinner, and pass
ing around Ids cigar eae. Cardinal
Manning carries his asceticism even to
condemnation of pudding. Ib'ead and
meat and vegetables, argues his emi
nence, are enough to support tho body
' in healthy working condition. There
fore any further addition to one's lablo
savors of gluttony. This, however, is
a rule for clerics. Tim Cardinal is in
dulgent toward laymen, and lately
good-naturedly pievented at least one
young lady from taking the vows. Ho
saw she had not the vocation, ami was
resolved she should not make herself
miserable for life.
Thu Rapidity of Progress Toward
Even when a good remedy for disease is se
lected, depends in sumo measure upon the
manner in which it is taken. Irregular, in
terrupted doses can atlbrd no fair test of the
fftlPHPV flf UMlf riiiifli.ii,,.. I. ............ .... I ......
Taken in proper doses nt prescribed inter
vals, a reliable curative will effect the oh
ject ol its use. Among remedies which,
systematically and pehintcntly used, ac
complishes thorough and lasting cures, mid
prevents the rwurience of periodic disease.
Jlostetters St ach Hitters ranks specially
hn;li. In esses of dyspepsia, debility, rheu
matism, fever and ngue, liver complaint,
inactivity of the kidneys and bladder, con.
Btipation and other organic maladies, it is
a tried remedy, to which the medical broth
erhood have lent their professional sanction,
and which as n tonic, alterative, am) house
hold specilic for disorders of the stomach.
nvi-i uiki oowcis nas an iiniiounilcd
A Perfect Martyr.
"I was a perfect martyr to rheumatism,"
a halo and hearty individual was heard to
remark the other Jay, "but" continued he,
"Dr. Thomas' Eelcctrlc Oil banished tlm
pains which racked my joints and muscles,
and look at mo now." A ulanco convinced
us. i'aul (J. Hchuli, Agent.
Mils. Wm. Ti pi-kit, Owasco, N. Y. snvs:
I have worn an Improvcsl Kxcelsior Kidney
Pad about three weeks, and have received
tfreat relic! fromit for pain in the back.--Hoo
Toallwhnnro suffering from tho errors
and Indiscretions ofyoutli,nervoun weakness,
CBrly decsy, loss of manhood, etc., I will
lend a recipe that will euro you, frco of
clinrgc This gTcat remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in Houtli America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Her. Joseph
T. Inrnnn, Station I), New York City.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1881.
A North Carolina Marriage.
Soon after tho close of the lato war
Captain X was nppointcd a justlco of
the npaco In a country place not far
from Rnloigh, North Carolina.
His father had been n planter in a
rather small wnv, and his son tho cap
tain had ncrpiirud considerable experi
ence in the business of managing real
estate, drawing up deeds, etc., during
his father's lifetime, and then in sett ling
the estate after his decease. Further
than this he had no legal knowledge,
and. indeed, his entiro stock of "book
lenrninsr" was small and poorJv select
ed, but any lack in general iinfonnai ion
was fully made up, for his uso, by self
assertion. Late one afternoon, as he
was riditiff homo from Raleigdi, ho met
a vounir woman and two men, who
hailed him and inquired if he was Cap
tain X. The young woman and one of
the young men wished to be married at
once. I ho other had come ns a w it
ness. They had procured the necessary
license, hut an irate father was on their
path, and swore that they should never
bo married. It was considered on all
accounts safest to havo tho ceremony
penormed without delay, and try juii'i
Now the captain had never witnessed
a marriage, and naturally had no very
clear idea of what was usual in such
cases, lie remembered having seen a
book about tho house years before with
a form for marriage in it, but what the
book was and where it was lit; could not
"Why'" said he, when he told tho
story afterwnnl, ' I knew the 'Post I
Creed and Commandments, and at first
I thought I'd use 'em to begin on, but
1 rekoned on the whole, they were too
He aked the couple to come to his
house, secretly hoping that he could
find the book; but they declined, for tho
matter admitted of no tlclav.
A less assured man would havo been
sorely perplexed, but not he. He lost
no time in removing his hat, and re
marked, "HaUs off in the presence of
the court." All being uncovered, he
said, "I'll swear you in fust off. Hold
up yer right hands."
"Me too?" asked the friend of the
"Of course," said the captain, "all
witnesses must he sworn. Y'oii and
each of voii solemnly swear that tho
evidence you shall give in this case shall
be the truth, th toe truth, an nothin
but the truth, s'elp you Cod. You, John
Marvin, do solemnly swear that to the
best of your knowledge an' belief you
take this yer woman ler have an' tei
hold for ycrself, her heirs, exekyerters,
administrators, and assigns, tor your
an' their ue air'behoof foivver?"
"I do," answered the groom.
"Von, Alice Kwer, lake this yer man
for yer husband, ter hev an' tor .hold
forever; and you do further swear that
you are lawfully seized in fee-simple,
are free from all incumbrance, and hev
good right to sell, bargain, and convey
to the said grantee ycrself, yer heirs.
administrators, and assigns?
"I do," said the bride, lather doubt
Well. John. said the captain,
"that II be about a dollar V lifty
"Are we married?" asked the other.
"Not by a diirned sight ye ain't,"
quoth the captain, with emphasis; "but
the fee comes in here." Afier some
fumbling it was produced and handed
to the "Court," who examined it to
make sure that it was all right, and
then pocketed it, and continued: "Know
all men by these presents, that I, Cnp-
a i ii A, of Kaloigh, North Carolina,
icing in good health and of sound and
lisposin' mind, in consideration of a
lollar V lifiv cents to me in hand paid.
the receipt of which is hereby acknowl-
dgeii, no and by these presents havo
leclarcd you mail and wife diiririir irood
behavior, and until otherwise ordered
by the court."
The men put on their hats again, tho
young couple, after shaking their bene-
lactors hand, went on to meet their
esliny and the irate father, while the
captain rode home richer in experience.
- Jltrirrt Mnyazinr,
imm - a
A Quaker Printer's Proverb.
Never sendest thou an article for nuli-
lication without giving the editor thy
name, for thy mime ofttiiuus secures a
publication to worthless articles.
I lion should si not rap on tho door of
inn piiiiujigoiuci!, ionic uiaianswereth
the rap Hiiceroth in his sleeve and loseth
Neither do you loaf about, ask ques
tions, or knock down type, or the boys
will love thee like they do Hhade trees
when thou leaveth.
Thou should'st never read the copy
on tho printer's case, or thu s!ir, nn;
hooked container thereof, or ho may
knock thee down.
Never inquire thou of the editor for
the news, for behold, it is his business
at the appointed time to give it to then
It is not right that thou should'st ask
him who is the author of an article, for
his duly requires him to keep hiicIi
things to himself.
lien thou doest enter into his ollieo,
take heed unto thyself that thou doest
not look at what may be lying open and
'"" 'neili thee not, fortliat, is not meet
in the sight of good breeding,
Neither examine thou the proof-sheet,
for it is not, ready to meet thy sight as
thou mayest. uniiersland.
Prefer thine own town paper to any
other, and be sure to subscribe for it
Pay for it in advance, and it shall bo
with thee and thine.
I... :.. i : ...i! i . ,
Tho Bludgeon and Daggor-Fan.
Rome "fans" are not fans at all.
I he ".steel fan" Is simply a bar of
metal, shaped and painted 'to resemble
an ordinary close fan, and carried some
times M a life-preserver, sometimes, by
the Hwellmobsnien and rowdies of China,
to no used lit close quarlers with niur
derous effect. Of tlm same species Is
the well-know "dagger-fan,'' which
coimisu flf a elegant bnitat ion In lac
quw of a common folding fan, but is
really a sheath containing within its
fair exterior a deadly blade, short and
Hharp, like a small Malay knit. This
dagger-fan was Invented by tho Japan
pse, an. its importation Inb, tlhina has
always been strictly forbidden. Oreat
numbers have however been success,
fully Introduced Into Canton, Fooohow,
and other maritime cities, mid they are
now even manufactured by nlu ,'((,r.
prising natives of the lirst-iuentioned
The architect" and builders invited to
Inspect the old state-house of Texas, at
Austin, havo condemned it, out the gov.
crnor is nevertheless confident it can bo
utilized as a university building, an.
will so recommend to tho legislature
I his, of course, tends to delay action
for tho buihlinir f new stato-house
and opinion is entertained that nothing
' . 1!! .. II. ., . .P
iiinner win ne nccouipnuueu in mat di
rection for two years.
Lady Florence Dixie, nn English
woman, who is an energetic traveler,
was savagely attacked by a jaguar in
South America. In self-defense Lady
Florence shot tho nninial nnd captured
her cub. She took it to Kngland, and
it has grown to bo a beautiful creature,
so tame and gentlo that u it were not
so mischievous it might run nt lartre.
As Lady Florence is going to Africa, she
has deposited her singular pet at tho
zoological Gardens in Loudon.
Mr. Mahone, tho new Senator from
Virginia, was a poor Irish boy educated
on a free scholarship at the military in
stitute wnoro sionewau iKicksou taught,
He began his career by carrying a sur
veyor s cnain on a rauroa.i, ana wits
known as a skillful General in the Con
federate army. A correspondent of the
Troy Times says that Mahono's divis
ion was the only ono that appeared on
tho final scene at Appomattox Court
House intact, nnd unbroken in spirit
and discipline. Alanono is now called
"tho V lrgmia Sphinx.
Emigration as a national evil is soro-
lv troubling Italian statesmen. Statis
tics prove to us that 1,16M.(H)0 emigrants
left, their overtaxed country net ween
1868 and 1878, having previously ob
tained cert incites from the Government,
whereas an unknown number annually
depart without letting tho fJovernnient
know. And of all these it is estimated
that one-quarter go away with the de
termination never to return. The larg
est contingent is supplied by the prov
ince of Venice, the next by Genoa and
the third by Lombardy, apparently iu
exact ratio to their former prosperity.
It must (be confessed that tho build
ing oi a stable lor twenty horses on tho
top of a private mansion, access to
which is obtained by means of a lift,
is calculated to awaken a feeling of as
tonishment evon in theso days of mar
vels. Yet this is the case tin a house
just erected in Helgravo Square, Lon
don, by Mr. Sassoon. Ground js very
valuable in the fashionable Dart of Lon
don, and by relegating the horses to the
top of tho house, two birds aro killed
with ono stone, for space is saved and
the smell of the stables avoided. The
horses do not seem by any means to ob
ject to the mode of ascent; possibly
they nr.) unconscious of it, on account
of the closed shutters of the lift.
A blind boy at Montreal has made a
miniature house inside an ordinary four
ounce medicine bottle. The building
is made of forty pieces of wood, neatly
glued and littl.11 together. It would
pu.zlc a man who is not blind to get the
pieces into tho bottle without putting
them together. The stopper of the bot
tle is stiil more wonderful. It almost
fits the neck of the bottle, the top being
large enough to prevent its rroinir
down too far. Near the other end of
the stopper, inside the bottle,
below tho neck, a wooden peg has
been driven, which e.xtemLs far
enough ou each side of tho stopper to
prevent its removal from the bottle.
How this is accomplished is a mystery.
Senator Hill, of Colorado, was onco a
Professor in a New York College, and
went West to work in tho smelting fur
naces and learn the whole business. He
found that there was something want
ing in the process of smelting the ores
by which all tli metal could be obtain
ed. . lie knew unit in Wales there
were smelling works which used a pro
cess, kepi more or less secret, that
proved more effectual than the ono in !
Colorado. Ho went to Wales as a com- !
mon lanorer in one oi tno esuiiiiisii
iiieuU. lie stayed there two years till
he learned the secret, nnd then return
ed to Colorado and introduced the pro
cess. His smelling works near Denver
arc the largest in the country.
"Chalk lour Hat."
from the N''v York Tum-a.
The cant phrase, "Chalk your hat."
which is still current in many parts of
tho Union, is said to have had its origin
in n literal illustration of the words.
"Admiral" Rcoside was an owner of
various stage coaches in tho days be
fore railroads. Ho spent much of his
time in Washington, where, indeed, he
lived for several years. At the annual
adjournment of Congress bo would
pass his friends of the House and
Senate -ho was well acuuainle.l with
all the prominent politicians of his era
over any stage line he controlled. He
would say to an Ohioan or kentuekinti
I suppose you re iroinir back to Cin
cinnati or Louisville, and I'll pass you
inrotign ny si ago." vi hen lie was ask
ed: "How?" ho would reply. "Give
mo your hat." He would tako the hat,
make a cabalistic chalk-mark on it im
possible to counterfeit, and return it
with the remark: "That will servo
your turn; any of my agents will recog
nize Mint anywhere, ami won t receive
a cent from the man whoso hat is so
marked." Keesi.le was right, All his
agents knew tho sign at once. The
thing became so common that fellows
tried to imitate il, but they wero in
variably detected nnd compelled to
leave the stage or pay their fare. In
the South and West "Chalk your hat"
slill st iiml,i for what the Kast styles dead
A Hint to Gruinblcra.
Applo of Oolil.
"What a noisy world this is!" croak
ed an old frog, as lie s.piatted on tho
margin of the pond. "Do you hear
those geese, how they scream and hissP
What do they do It forP"
"O, just to amuse themselves," an
swered a little lield mouse,
Presently wo shall hear the owls
hooting; what is that for?"
"U's tho nuisio they like host," said
"And those grasshoppers; (hey can't
go home wlthoiitgrin.liiiguiidchirpin.r:
why do they do that r ' "
"O, lliev are so happy they can't help
iti "aid tho mouse. '
"Von liml excuses for all, I iej(.vo
you don't understand music; so you
like hideous noises P"
'Well, my friend, to bo honest with
you, said the mouse, "1 tlon'i iriyatlv
ndinireanyof them; but they afo all
sweet in my ears compared with the
constant croaking of a Irog."
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopelcbg consumptive. Sho was very much
reduced in llesh; ternblo cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to uso ,lI)r. Bwayne's Compound Byrup
cf Wild Cherry," which sho did. In a
snort tmio sue was tree lrorn all cough and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle or
(J bottles f ,i. Tho largo size is tho most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayue
is eon, I'liiiancipnia. bold by druggists.
An occasional doso ot "Swayno s rills'
should bo taken to keep the bowels free.
They arc excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
HQuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Fains
No Prrparntlon fin earth raualu Pt. JAroiw flu. ai
a ntfe.turf, titnplr and eltrap Kxtvrnal Iltiufdy.
A trial entails but the comparatively triCinp outlay
J It-Ill-. Kill rviTV IU).' fllllllT HIT W 1111 IU1I1
ton nave cntap ani powivt' proof or lu claims.
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V T Damn' man in Cairo, an I Itifvery city (nnt al-
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pay for j i.tl on delivery iif i'r order Imvci been
tecuretl fur tliu mime. fl.M) per month prolit
Knnr inc i n. i no iih'mi niircinnK UivoatliiBtiou
ollclted A. 8 AHM'I.t) X CO , comer 'lrt
street and Iiromlwuy, liniuklyii, . 1
THE MILD POWER
fl Humphreys' Homeopathio Specifics
Proved from ampin exoerli tie., nil entire
mil M. Minnie, I'rumpt, Hllelent, Bint
Itellalile. liny are tl.u only intiliiluea
ililii'li"l in iiinlftMie.
I. in riiiM'ii'U nun. ki:k. rmcs.
1. Krirra. 'oiiellMH, InrhininifitlunH, .'.5
il urina. Worm fever Worm olle, W
a I ryhiK Colle, or'li-i-lliliiKuf InrunU,
4. Moirrlien r . lillilri'ii or AiIiiIih, .'."
6. Ilvoenterv, Orlelni, Union Colic, . .
6. Cholera Murine., Vomiting,
1. Coimiu, ColJ, UruncliltiH,
K Vuimlclfi, loollinehe, lueeaehe, - :
It. Ilemlneliea, Hick Hi mludim, Verllito,
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in. I . y M II , Diii.iiii, miuiMim,
Miiinreaaeri or I'nliilnl I
'erliida. ..'.'i la
loo i)rortiiH I'er oiIh. . . 'jfi
l . ( riinn.
Cointh. Mltl. ult Hi. Hihlmr, . .
11.11,11. t'PVl li.'h.M ! riltil li.a.d ''.
II. Mall Idieoio,
It llfli 111 n I imiii . 1 11 If 1 1 1 1 1 :il I r I I, Ina .' r,
IH Fever iiihI c ne. hill, lever, An lie J, !i
17, i'lle., Illliul or I lieMliiK, .... . ..Hi
in. I nlnrrli. ai'iiie or ehnmle; Inlliienzii, Ml
4n. liooi.lim uoiili. violent i "Hulis. ill
J I. I.enemi Itilillliy. l'lijvl WeiilniesH,
it. hi, lory ll.ai'nai', ,:n
K. erolii lieliillty, Siiermntorrhen, l.in
i. I rimiry eiil.or.a.U elilinMhe lieil.Wi
:IL Kin ne ol the Henri, l'iilillallun, Mm
Knr salt liy ilriiKKlniK.oriu-iit liy tho Cane,
ornlmf-e V hil, free of i haru'e, on ri eeliit of
price. Semi for lr. Humphrey ' Hook on
lliaeaae. Vc U U Piiiiem, uino llluairnted
Arl,lr,i.4. II inn nlirMVM1 ll.tn.u.... . ,1.1.
VAIvd. Co.. 10! l ultuu est., .New lurk.
lerfwtlr pure Pmnnunrcil ih bttt , tba hiuh.
pi ini n.i' t! :i.ii I'uniin. m ih,. wd. hihrrti
wnniill I noii l , r.Il",.n:'.i., HUT ill riril
Bold ii) Uraemia. W H gJIUCf rELlN CO . I
.ii li f....uj tun i nt
Vti. KLl.E sUnLAT
"t au navia v xirii I'l.iuu, umy tur
u tllm-iMl. Ko Fitmfur
ana .yen a r amu.
ana.' niiii n irai ootiiireato
rj Tiiri-a'e. hrid nantiv.
a-lilreM to 1 1 n. KI.INK u I
J.'r' Pllnn. AU.AS'S POI,mt.K MEflt.
vA,r.u uuiuiKa. i'auiotea Octoher IS, lali.
Jo. 1 will f nr any fxf In fnnr dr. or W.
n i). 4 win r jro tne tnuai ouU:iate ca.:, no matter
Of how lontf Ktandmit.
NonaiiMoua duiea of eiibeha, c opaltia or oil of
j...M-.iw,i, ui.i rn ti'nain in prmiurx nyancp,
ry ui'airoyiiiir inn emitlnirt of Hie ai.nivh. No
yrloireaor intrlmfeiil uoecuona lo nr'dute other
I'nie usu. sol.U IIY ALL DBfOClSTS, or
Forf In r parti, nura e'enil fur elrrnlar.
. o. I..t ISXi. J C. ALLAN I II., uj -Olio Street,
flt'W 1 ( ' T K
Woolh r liX) rewanJ for any ttt i lijty wUl not
Wuic!:. lafe ana arc euro.
1 Orlnlv Hut ncu'1' iw lie ir
H'liln 4 willri ci lvraounj.
tliinu AVm bu Mml. that
may proyethe itepplnif.at.iiii lo a life of anreraa.
It la I'upeiuallT aOnjilccl lo thuae who htve ri acbrd
the fuel of l'ii hill. A'l'ln M. iUL.M., 17a
urecuwicu Mreei, mw i ui.
THE FAMILY HAND
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I4l.,.l-rt. ll.- l.t,lll...t liu.l I. 1 u L. . .
mm. CC.VUC1 seh3E m pu;h rgme talk.
oa . .. fnl. DWmm ol Mm
ai,.! yy.,iii,i,, tu rhr,inifl
'Iji in. rri,M,ir. AiU-mM'ir.
jJ r.v ll"l pvii Co., .. 1,
l.a l-ira l ily.
J'lirklT witltfi'it Pi llclty ;
ui ; Cirratar for iivm.
Law A.l r, lSIIfi .iwm
W!l ol'itli H M It .:fw
t:ii.Uiiir l-iit-it.-iii v, mil
if.iulir-:x.ii v. mi J n'-:irvtt oin'rv. urr n.kI vlr f
rf vmiiJi tn twt n--. ni';i ut-. )'H'. t 1 ' A 1 ' iu
Sl'.yf F.m.I..- l JdihUXCAL l.Nali.LK, lruiuu4
Rend lamp fir CiUlnroa.
Ullloa, Shot 0 una, lta ul rara, Mat . a. d. fur xmiutioa
Hr.prli.rwiillntrPhntdnnR. tlltoi-VO. DouhlaHhol
iTV llnvolvenl. 1 tu f -A. Nel
Ml. hinirieuuna.iiiOTi. ttiaii, 'i
n'l fur free llliitrten
Citaloirue. ..lit AX oLSltiW
I'llUliurk'h, l a.
r'flRTI.TiM M M K
IS hfiK.'kH. i.Jt.,
F'rritH Hint lYIni-iiwil iriiunuili.il.
t'O. .liajihum it 1m kii , ,',.1 Im hmiiru I 'iium, Now Vurk.
To Nerv.nm Sullerei-N - 'I lie limit Kuniifiin Keio,
fllv-Hr. ,1. II. Mllii'MiifaMierilie Jleilli lne.
Dr. J II HhiIjuum'h Snerlllr Mi illeliie la a liua.
live cure for NiicrniiilurrlieM. Iiiinuti nev. Weakneai
nun mi ulni hfi'p ii iiiiiiik irom rven-y iiiiie, a a imt
voua Ih lillily. Irrlliihlllly. Menial Anxiety. t.atiL'iior,
I.Haaliinlii, Heiiri Kjuii ol Splrlia nnd funelloiiHl du
rnnuemeiita of the Nurvuna Svaieiii irenerallv I'alna
III IIHi'K or M i', l.u or Mi niiirv. rn niiiliire H i
mill (liai'iiai a
that lrml to I oil
ly unit an early
ltiivu, or liolli,
rio iiuilter Iimm
"llltt'ereil t Ii !
ayaletn iiiuv lie
from eti'eaaea of
any kind, a aliott
rourati ot una ini'iin uie mil i,..i,,r,. u, ,,i MM.
tlotii anil tiroenie In nlth nw liniipliieaa, ttheru ho
rorn wna ilei-iioiiili'in y nnd fluuiu 'I liu Hieeltle
jii':iiu nii m oviiiu iiiu ii wini won 1 1 iti o i aur,
raintililela urtit free lo nil. Write liir t ,..,.. .,,,i
tjet full imrllciiliirB.
l'rlru, hjii'cllln, Jl .HI per lini'loii'iMir a.v nnrh.
mini fi.i- on U III I,,. .....I l . ii . ' " .
llluliew. AililreaM 11 I iu,l,,u '
.1. II.MMI'rtiN HMKIiK'lNK t()
Noa, 04 miiI iihi Main Nt lliiihilo, il. Y
l wOE rflawis, he ut,.n Knellali 1 1 t wv r a iiu
i ny, mi nn.
Inllliilt rure for
Jllieiiae thill fol
low ii a rotiai'.
, , i l 1' If Ul . J I.
'Hli'lue of aell
rPnlrU-,"111'"1'! " l"" OfAfiKI
fO""o B,uutinieiiiur,y,iii,vetaiil .'iT r
laHallliile, pHll'Mi 1 lit) hack. illiti-A ftnl Takillff.
lieaaot v alun. iirei,.n, ul ..... O.110I aMUUg,
and llintiy oilier iliaeiiaea that lend to triflltlliy or
conatinipili'ii nml u iiri tiiaiurn irnivo. ,.., .....
Full iiai llniliira In our pumplilel. ,llrS,,. J
1... I,. r I ,, ....o olill. 1lll)IO-
ei,,i.pe Uy nOI II l'-' . .V .1 tt l,.,P
ria.. ,.....n.. .... i.. i ii .i uriat at Ii Per
.'Hi, iiieuieiiiii p aillll UV Hll ui"aa"- .., .-n
paeknuii, lx lor jn. or will l.n M-nt . 'V J "
rerelptof ihn tuoiiMby wlilri-wlii. ' A,X
MICIUC'INKCO., No. 8 W,in7",:V. . i, ' i
Mich. Hold ln(!nlro b Unrein ro., laul U
Nchllll .lid (loo, K. O llara, ,
X. 1 aV
III r"r'J"r tl$, fpi
I'JlNr.ll.l.lKM If tlUI'll
1 1 tirititay'ivi. Trial
I ' J ritiialieiitiktha l av
1. 1 11, o. ami expri'iia
1 3 Ml
SCIENCE vs. EPILEPSY!
DOCTOR against QUACK ! I
A LEADING LONDON PHYSICIAN KSTAB
MSIIKH A.N OFFIi'K IN NEW YOHK FOR
J UK Ct'RK OF KI'ILEl'TIC FITS
(From Am. Journul 0 Medicine.)
Dr. Ah, MeaeroKi (lute of London), who make t
apeclalty of fcnllupcy, hue without doulil Heated
and cured more caaea than any oihur llvlnir nhyal
clan, ilia miccum baa almuly bono aatoiiialiliiir:
w have heard of tucca 0f overiOyeara' itandinV
aticceaafully cured Ly him. llu lias pnhllahed a
valuable work on Una dlaeaae, which he icittli wllh
aliiruuholtleof hla wonderful care free to any
autterer who may aend their uxprena and I. O. ad
dreaa. W e advlae anyone wiahluif a cure to ad
d eaa Dr. AU. MESKMn.lf v., oT: t..k ' .
,ln l'ER MDVTII llfl I VTDai, ...
C .ll I 'v.i.iin.iiiir.u. V e Will
pay the ahove aal irv i oiiii.i.u h ...u..
hie nu n who will permanently al t a- our local
jiKehta in each county ,u the fulled Slatua and
Canada, or hey can, If they chooae. work on com-
NilMjiiiu. Mil l reliable partle. we will ct "t
hy the year or term ol yeara. We will aandtoany
mny nn anini; niiHineaa aamplea of our reelatcra
blanka and I'lretilara. with our ralea ami lern
re-cipl of f i Wo aro not h IIibl' aamplea. hot
wnnl artlvu dL'enla nt onre TfiK a I w i r i -u
I.Ml'KOVKi) .MKKCHAN'ni.K AdKVfV V.
Kprlui-fleld, Milan. Kalabllaued rehniBrv. 1H7H ''
PLAYS! 1'LAYS! PLAYS! PLAYS!
For IteailliiL' Cluha. for Amal..,,. Tl, ..I.
m tenu re 1'luvn. Draw nn lt,,, In-. . L-....J
I'lava. Kthlonlaii IMav.. (il,l.i. iV... ',"11
riiiilointniea.Talili 'HtlX l.ll'ittU. M II trfiiiblii in I l.il I.
Colored Fire. Iluriit Cork. 'I healrlcal Fare i'repa
railnna. Jarley'a Wax Worki. U lir-. Itearda anH
Muiialiiehei lit reduced
- - - f -. ... nisi t7ii. nci r.
( haradea .New catalniruva aent free coutalnlnir
riill deacrlpi ou and prieea. Kvrci. Fhkncu
horn, m K. lllh Ktreet. New York.
A YEAH arid
free Aildreaa. P.
o. K Kbit i , AiiKUHta,
I OH IK'' MPII :",,"rn Teliyrupliv!
I'liarnnleeil paylni! oltieia.
Hr.ia., Jaueavllfe. U'l.
ri ' ' III i i a
Newspaper AilverUhlip; niir.an.lOSj.ru.e St.N.Y
110 .o!,oi)0: 2toMt.,a pr.
AN; 8 $1J"i up 1'aper Tree
Addrcaa DANIEL F. UEaTTY,
vVaabliiiftoo, N. J
Lowt prlcea .vnr k nown
on llrwh . Iftmdrrw,
Itlflaw, auil Krtoltnw,
OUR SI5 SHflT.flHM
N'OllKlhllll. t..m . '.
In Iowa, Kanf, Nelranka and Mlnneaota
.reat liariraina 10 YF.AIis timp .w
fourth of ihe pnr hane
rent. I'artlea Inn Lohiir to en .) i... til..
II.Mlil'V I, .i.ru. m .
Mate lo nlitv in whir h .,u .... .I...I...J
J. K. O. r-HLHWui.U .11'. i'r,..,iu.. v... v...,.
ASK YOl'R DlifOGIST Foil
lh 0. Plielps Hiwn's
The Lending Medicine of the
Id "totHtive Aimllaut.-For the relief and enre
ui iiiumuui uireaaea
Aenialn fulaam -An unfailing ri mi dy in Threat
" . uh K vuijiiai u I P.
H!uod I'ti r! H"r - For the removal
of (Scrofula and
all linpuritlea Irutn the ayatmi.
Liver Ihvl&irator. A fertain rure forTorpldlly of
the Liver am ita attendant diM-anea
Herlal Ointment - Inialnlil for Wr.llTifta tlml.
ea. hcrofiilutla l lcera, hpraim, Ilhenmatic adec
li- novatlnir I'llia -The heat pin ever made for lill-
iiniaiieaa nun (.llliailpatlulu
Male Fern Vermifuge. i
remedy fur the removal oi
Siiiipi altoriea-WIll apeedlly rnre tho worat caaea
oi iiueruui ana f.xteriial I'lle.
W ooilland Ilalm -A ptin lv Vece'alilt! TJalr Dreaa-
ntr : will promote urowth of lu.ir ami i, mi. n
lliaeaae of the ai alp.
A full denrrlptliin of lleae Medicine, with nn
nuToua le.ilnn'iila!. will tefound in our Shake.
Hperean Almanac for IHJl, how readv, and for
warded l-'JtKK BY MAIL!
to all who aend (heir addreaa lo .1
Mo. Ill Orand hi., .K raeyCily, N. J.
X. Ii.--A splits wanted. St-n.1 lor iar
I'rcinalmc Decline, Ktc. Etc
I'remaliini Decllnej Coiaumpllon; Urochltlaj
Aallima; IlleedlnB rrom tho I.unit- I'u! ilt Htion,
Feebleneanud interrtiptod Actlonoftlie Heart:
Dull or HIiiKnlali Action of Hit) Liver; Dyapupalai
Flalliliince.aud all WaatitiR DlaeaHes; Weaknoal
and Trcmlillim of thu Llniha, and Want of Vitality
In any Ore;nii, ordleuacraiiod by uch want or
AltK ALL HL'CCESSFt'LLY AKD MAPIDLY
TIIKATUI) HY THIS ItEMKDY.
I'lrrariKi.n. M . Murch.Sl. T8
Mn. Jamk I, FKi.i.owa,
near nir,-inir iiK the paat two year, I have
given your Compound Hvrup of llyiiopkoapliilea a
fair tliouuh roinewhat aoveru trial In my practice,
and am able to apeak with coiilldence of It eHect.
In realorlnu tieraon aull'erliiir from emaeliitloii and
the deblllly fiiilnwinn Dlplhorla It tin done won
der. I roiiatimtly recommend It uau In all afflic
tion of the throat and lunii. In aevural eaaea
conaldered hopelea.lt ha Hivun nil Inf. and tho
patient am fuat recovering. Anioiiif .hee are
eonuuipllvu and old bronelilnl auhliicl, whoao
ilieae have reaialml Ihn oilier niorie of treatment.-
For Impaired tlliretlon,aiid In fact fur do-
hlllty from nny eaiian, I know ol iiothlnir equal to
It, ll direct i ll'ect in alreiiiilhetilim tlm uervotia
avatein, remlera ll aultnHe fro the majority of dia
eiiaoa, 1 inn, air, your truly,
WM. 0. HOW if, AI. U,
tfr-)n not b deolvfd hy rcmiidlii lienrmit a
ainiliar iiiimn; nn oilier preparniii'" ir run-
allliilu ror tin, under any circummauci!,
BOLD UY ALL PRCOOI8T8.